Organized Cart

Go from aisle to checkout to fridge seamlessly. These reusable, color-coded shopping cart bags organize your loading and unloading. They come in sets of four, which lets you create natural divisions in your cart by sliding over its rim, balancing in the middle. Each bag can hold up to 30 pounds. The bigger one is meant for bulkier, lighter items like cereal boxes; while the front one (or small one) carries smaller, heavier items like fruit or butter. Trolley Bags are color-coded to help you sort while you shop. And they’re slim enough to store easily. They’re a planet-friendly way of staying organized.

Trolley Bags

Shopping Cart Totes

Organized Cart

Go from aisle to checkout to fridge seamlessly. These reusable, color-coded shopping cart bags organize your loading and unloading. They come in sets of four, which lets you create natural divisions in your cart by sliding over its rim, balancing in the middle. Each bag can hold up to 30 pounds. The bigger one is meant for bulkier, lighter items like cereal boxes; while the front one (or small one) carries smaller, heavier items like fruit or butter. Trolley Bags are color-coded to help you sort while you shop. And they’re slim enough to store easily. They’re a planet-friendly way of staying organized.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Paul
    Paul

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Trolley Bags to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Jan
    Jan
    10/19/2017 10:49 AM

    My first reaction was massive love for this product. But then it failed for me because the convenience and organization falls apart in the check out line. Am I missing something?

  • ADRIENNE
    ADRIENNE
    10/19/2017 11:01 AM

    @Jan I agree. I bought something like this and found they don't work for me, either. I keep them in the back of my car now where they sit and do nothing.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:19 AM

    @ADRIENNE , These bags are great for organizing items in your trunk as well! They keep items from rolling around. They are also great for using in closets to keep your towels, sheets and blankets organized.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:01 AM

    @Jan , Try using the big bag at one end for the bulkier, lighter items and smaller, heavier items in the small bag at the front.

  • Donna
    Donna
    10/19/2017 11:27 AM

    @Paul

    I think she meant that these don't really work at a conventional grocery store where the cashier bags your items. These work well for self checkouts.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:33 AM

    @Donna , When shopping at a conventional grocery, you can hang the bags on the hook of the cart while you shop. You would place the items in your cart. At the checkout after you put your items on the conveyor belt for check you, simply place the Trolley Bags in your cart and open. You can sort your groceries into the bags as they are being scanned. Place your bulkier, lighter items in the larger bags and the heavier, smaller items in the smaller bags.

  • Kay
    Kay
    10/19/2017 11:13 AM

    @Jan , I'm with you Jan, I don't understand it either, you have to unpack everything to scan it and pay for it, so I'm missing something too I guess. When I check out with my bags, I just sort things after I scan them and place them in appropriate bags.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:38 AM

    @Kay , the Trolley Bags have a handle to hang on the hook of your cart while shopping. At the check out you would place your items from your shopping cart onto the check out lane. Once the items are scanned sorting your items into the appropriate bags saves you time when unloading and putting your groceries away once you get home!

  • Allison
    Allison
    10/19/2017 11:21 AM

    @Jan I take everything out of the bags at checkout and as the cashier swipes each item through I put the items back in the bags. I like it because I can customize each bag the way I want with frozen things together, heavy items spread out etc. Love how organized it is when I get them into the house.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:40 AM

    @Allison, Glad to hear you are loving your Trolley Bags!

  • Angela
    Angela
    10/19/2017 11:22 AM

    @Jan I have used the trolley bags for about the last nine months and love them. I sort my groceries into bags as I shop. I use the largest for produce and one of the smaller sizes for refrigerated and frozen items; the other two bags I use for bulky and canned items. It took me a couple times to figure out how to check out with the bags, but it's easy. I empty each bag and then ask the bagger to replace those same items into the corresponding empty bag. Not only can I load the items quickly into my car, I only have to make a few trips to get everything inside, and once there, everything is already sorted and ready to put away.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:43 AM

    @Angela , Great Tip Angela! If you like to sort as you shop, empty one bag at a time and ask the person bagging your groceries to put those items back into the bag you selected!

  • Donna
    Donna
    10/19/2017 11:25 AM

    @Jan

    I own these and use them all the time at BJs where you check out and bag the items yourself. For a conventional grocery store...not so much.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:46 AM

    @Donna , Glad to hear you are using your Trolley Bags! Another tip, for those quick trips to the traditional grocery store, if you are only getting a few items take in the size bags you need. Fill up that bag, empty at the bag at the checkout lane and then you put the items back in the bag after being scanned!

  • sheri
    sheri
    10/19/2017 11:27 AM

    @Jan After your groceries are scanned at the checkout, either self or cashier, they can be placed in the same bags they were removed from. I organize my checked-out groceries in this manner anyway. The bags will just make it easier.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:47 AM

    @sheri , Hi Sheri! Great to see you are enjoying your Trolley Bags and that they are making your shopping experience easier!

  • Jan
    Jan
    10/19/2017 11:50 AM

    Thanks all for confirming my concerns. My store has baggers and they work really hard. I’m not going to also ask them to sort my groceries. Would love these for self bagging but my store gets all bothered when you try that. Southern consideration in play!

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 12:01 PM

    @Jan, You are so sweet! I love to hear the kindness and consideration of others! I have seen people also put their groceries back in their carts, get another cart, put the the Trolley Bags in there and sort their groceries after they leave the checkout lane.

  • Sara
    Sara
    10/19/2017 12:14 PM

    @Jan I am getting these after using another style for some time. This one seems to fit over the cart better. We shop at a full service grocer. We put in items as we go then place the bag on the conveyor belt. Some checkers are more organized than others. Some scan the items leaving them in the bag. Others take them out and replace or allow the sacker or my hubby to replace in bag. And yes, some checkers seem to not like them. Then when we get home, carry into house easier. And of course, we like not using paper/plastic unless needing paper bags for paper recycling.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 12:19 PM

    @Sara, Happy to hear you are enjoying using your Trolley Bags! They are also great when going to the beach, or organizing your closets! So many uses!

  • Linda
    Linda
    10/19/2017 10:51 AM

    are they washable, how many times?

    Linda in Fl

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 10:59 AM

    @Linda , Yes, they are machine washable, cold water. Just make sure you take out the rails before washing. Air Dry.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Trolley Bags

Shopping Cart Totes

Organized Cart

Go from aisle to checkout to fridge seamlessly. These reusable, color-coded shopping cart bags organize your loading and unloading.

They come in sets of four, which lets you create natural divisions in your cart by sliding over its rim, balancing in the middle. Each bag can hold up to 30 pounds. The bigger one is meant for
bulkier, lighter items like cereal boxes; while the front one (or small one) carries smaller, heavier items like fruit or butter.

Trolley Bags are color-coded to help you sort while you shop. And they’re slim enough to store easily.

They’re a planet-friendly way of staying organized.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Paul
    Paul

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Trolley Bags to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Jan
    Jan
    10/19/2017 10:49 AM

    My first reaction was massive love for this product. But then it failed for me because the convenience and organization falls apart in the check out line. Am I missing something?

  • ADRIENNE
    ADRIENNE
    10/19/2017 11:01 AM

    @Jan I agree. I bought something like this and found they don't work for me, either. I keep them in the back of my car now where they sit and do nothing.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:19 AM

    @ADRIENNE , These bags are great for organizing items in your trunk as well! They keep items from rolling around. They are also great for using in closets to keep your towels, sheets and blankets organized.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:01 AM

    @Jan , Try using the big bag at one end for the bulkier, lighter items and smaller, heavier items in the small bag at the front.

  • Donna
    Donna
    10/19/2017 11:27 AM

    @Paul

    I think she meant that these don't really work at a conventional grocery store where the cashier bags your items. These work well for self checkouts.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:33 AM

    @Donna , When shopping at a conventional grocery, you can hang the bags on the hook of the cart while you shop. You would place the items in your cart. At the checkout after you put your items on the conveyor belt for check you, simply place the Trolley Bags in your cart and open. You can sort your groceries into the bags as they are being scanned. Place your bulkier, lighter items in the larger bags and the heavier, smaller items in the smaller bags.

  • Kay
    Kay
    10/19/2017 11:13 AM

    @Jan , I'm with you Jan, I don't understand it either, you have to unpack everything to scan it and pay for it, so I'm missing something too I guess. When I check out with my bags, I just sort things after I scan them and place them in appropriate bags.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:38 AM

    @Kay , the Trolley Bags have a handle to hang on the hook of your cart while shopping. At the check out you would place your items from your shopping cart onto the check out lane. Once the items are scanned sorting your items into the appropriate bags saves you time when unloading and putting your groceries away once you get home!

  • Allison
    Allison
    10/19/2017 11:21 AM

    @Jan I take everything out of the bags at checkout and as the cashier swipes each item through I put the items back in the bags. I like it because I can customize each bag the way I want with frozen things together, heavy items spread out etc. Love how organized it is when I get them into the house.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:40 AM

    @Allison, Glad to hear you are loving your Trolley Bags!

  • Angela
    Angela
    10/19/2017 11:22 AM

    @Jan I have used the trolley bags for about the last nine months and love them. I sort my groceries into bags as I shop. I use the largest for produce and one of the smaller sizes for refrigerated and frozen items; the other two bags I use for bulky and canned items. It took me a couple times to figure out how to check out with the bags, but it's easy. I empty each bag and then ask the bagger to replace those same items into the corresponding empty bag. Not only can I load the items quickly into my car, I only have to make a few trips to get everything inside, and once there, everything is already sorted and ready to put away.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:43 AM

    @Angela , Great Tip Angela! If you like to sort as you shop, empty one bag at a time and ask the person bagging your groceries to put those items back into the bag you selected!

  • Donna
    Donna
    10/19/2017 11:25 AM

    @Jan

    I own these and use them all the time at BJs where you check out and bag the items yourself. For a conventional grocery store...not so much.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:46 AM

    @Donna , Glad to hear you are using your Trolley Bags! Another tip, for those quick trips to the traditional grocery store, if you are only getting a few items take in the size bags you need. Fill up that bag, empty at the bag at the checkout lane and then you put the items back in the bag after being scanned!

  • sheri
    sheri
    10/19/2017 11:27 AM

    @Jan After your groceries are scanned at the checkout, either self or cashier, they can be placed in the same bags they were removed from. I organize my checked-out groceries in this manner anyway. The bags will just make it easier.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 11:47 AM

    @sheri , Hi Sheri! Great to see you are enjoying your Trolley Bags and that they are making your shopping experience easier!

  • Jan
    Jan
    10/19/2017 11:50 AM

    Thanks all for confirming my concerns. My store has baggers and they work really hard. I’m not going to also ask them to sort my groceries. Would love these for self bagging but my store gets all bothered when you try that. Southern consideration in play!

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 12:01 PM

    @Jan, You are so sweet! I love to hear the kindness and consideration of others! I have seen people also put their groceries back in their carts, get another cart, put the the Trolley Bags in there and sort their groceries after they leave the checkout lane.

  • Sara
    Sara
    10/19/2017 12:14 PM

    @Jan I am getting these after using another style for some time. This one seems to fit over the cart better. We shop at a full service grocer. We put in items as we go then place the bag on the conveyor belt. Some checkers are more organized than others. Some scan the items leaving them in the bag. Others take them out and replace or allow the sacker or my hubby to replace in bag. And yes, some checkers seem to not like them. Then when we get home, carry into house easier. And of course, we like not using paper/plastic unless needing paper bags for paper recycling.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 12:19 PM

    @Sara, Happy to hear you are enjoying using your Trolley Bags! They are also great when going to the beach, or organizing your closets! So many uses!

  • Linda
    Linda
    10/19/2017 10:51 AM

    are they washable, how many times?

    Linda in Fl

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/19/2017 10:59 AM

    @Linda , Yes, they are machine washable, cold water. Just make sure you take out the rails before washing. Air Dry.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.